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We all know the explanation for the decision. Money doesn't talk, it swears. You want to blame the public employee who was simply doing what was required to keep his job in a world where Corporations are people too. Fire the public servant and another will simply face the same pressures as the first one. The solution is to eliminate the pressure.



... but I thought that Urkel was going to change the way that gov't decisions were made ... remember that Hopey Changey mantra? ... remember how Urkel vowed to reject the pressures of special interests?

... by the way, please name one gov't employee, in the Urkel administration, who was fired for making a decision that went against the interests of a large corporation.
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